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1 mixed
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MSRP $334.00
Release date September, 2010
Brand Nokia
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The Nokia C6-01 is a mid-cost smartphone. This phone has social network integration, which means that you can quickly and easily get live feeds from Facebook and Twitter, as well as synchronize events. You can also add shortcuts to your friends so that you can easily keep track of them. This phone is able to receive multiple status updates at once. The C6-01 offers three customisable screens that you can set up functions on, and then swipe from one to another. The 3.2" touchscreen display allows you to zoom in by pinching your fingers, or scroll by flicking on a web page. The OS for this phone is Symbian ^3, which allows you to run multiple applications without wasting battery life. You can also develop your own applications with this software. The Nokia C6-01 smartphone differs from the higher cost C7 smartphone in that it has less memory (2GB as opposed to 8GB), a smaller screen (3.2" as opposed to 3.5"), and lacks features such as dedicated camera and volume keys. There are color options available for the Nokia C6-01 smartphone.

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Home-screen customizability is very user-friendly - puts the phone on par with other leading smart phones

"Task Manager" is a fairly successful clone of Apple's iPhone "Multitasking" function - offers one-touch application closing

"My Card" feature enables users to quickly and effectively share contact information

Internet browser is responsive and user-friendly - outperforms external mobile browsers like Opera and Bolt

Do you agree?
Dually-functioning Power/Call End button may be confusing/annoying to new Nokia users

Inconsistent width feels cobbled and awkward - may lead to user discomfort if stored in pockets

Symbian OS seems slow and outdated - considerably more slow and buggy than Android/Windows/Apple platforms

Integrated social networking service opens in separate window - loses the feel of a natively supported function and clutters interface

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